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Our Living Earth: A Next Generation Guide to People and Preservation

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Our Living Earth: A Next Generation Guide to People and Preservation
Rating:4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Author:Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Publisher:Thames & Hudson
Price: from 3.06!
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We've reviewed Yann's books before and always been inspired by the incredible aerial viewpoints. This version takes a totally different approach thanks to the assistance of Isabel Delannoy. Isabel is a writer specialising in the environment and society so she's selected Yann's incredible photos to illustrate points about environmental issues such as global warming, human exploitation and pollution. "Wow" becomes "Really?" The book has over 150 pages with twice as many poignant facts. It makes a great reference book with facts that will become talking point at the pub or work, and would be a great educational tool for your children's homework. Considering the size it's surprisingly low priced. The only negative point is the fact that some photos have been enlarged to fill an A3+ spread and the quality suffers. Also the background to pages with inset pictures is printed to look like recycled paper which is a little ironic, considering the paper ( we believe) is normal stock.

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